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Resources For Adults
Use this SMART goals tool to help you get clear on your vision for the next 6 months. Remember to be honest with yourself about what you can achieve. Share this with a loved one for accountable
The ABC model is a form of CBT to explain the interaction between the thoughts, emotions, and behaviour. Complete the exercise below to challenge your negative beliefs and create new consequences.
Use this exercise to explore new goals and plans. This activity will enable you to look at the areas of your life that are preventing you from reaching your current goals.
The hot cross bun is a simple formulation that is used in (CBT) to gain self-awareness of how our thoughts, emotions, physical state and behaviour all influence each other.
Journal Prompts For Self Exploration
Resources for children and young people
Use this visual aid to help your child or young person to identify how they are feeling. Use this as an opportunity explain different emotions and how different situations can trigger different emotional responses.
Use this visual aid to help your child or young person identify the unhelpful thoughts they may have (new school, body confidence, self esteem, friendship’s). Explain the concept of a balloon help them to visual letting go of the balloon with the unhelpful thoughts.
The circle of control worksheet allows you take stressful events in your life and break them down into what you can and can’t control. In the the inner circle look at all the factors you can control and in the wider circle consider all the things are of your circle of control.
Use this emotions wordsearch as a fun and simple way to introduce emotions. Every time your child or young person identifies a word on the wordsearch, have a conversation about their understanding of this emotion. Try using scenarios to help with further exploration.
The ‘All about me resource’ is useful as an icebreaker during a first session with a child or young person. Use it as a guide to explore their wants and needs. This will also help you to form interventions that the young person enjoys. If you are a parent or carer, use this tool to relearn about your child as they transition through childhood.